Here are some of the stories I covered over the past seven days:
The Wall Street reform bill may rein in the big banks, but it’s got just what the Hollywood studios wanted.
The White House, led by Vice President Joseph Biden, pledged to crack down on piracy, starting with a new gameplan, but many entertainment and D.C. circles wish that Google and a federal judge were on the same page. Biden will get a chance soon to hear their frustrations.
The industry is split on whether it likes the Comcast-NBC U merger, while the FCC stopped the clock.
Fox News immigration hawks got a new, surprising foe: Their boss.
Meg Whitman hit
Governor Moonbeam (in a new ad spot, not for real), but Jerry Brown
should be feelin’ alright about the 70s.
And it doesn’t matter how long it’s been: A Monkee still has business on Capitol Hill.